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9 Foods That May Help Save Your Memory

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Peanuts and peanut butter

Although both are high in fat, peanuts and peanut butter tend to be a source of healthy fats. And they are also packed with vitamin E.

Both foods may help keep the heart and brain healthy and functioning properly. Other good choices are almonds and hazelnuts.

“There has been some very good research that diets that are high in healthy fats, low in saturated fat and trans fats, and rich in whole grains, green leafy vegetables, and nuts are good for the brain and the heart,” says Maria C. Carrillo, PhD, senior director of medical and scientific relations at the Chicago-based Alzheimer’s Association.

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